GTR News Brief: Episode 24

In the latest episode of the GTR News Brief, the new podcast series from the editorial team, host Felix Thompson gives a breakdown of recent major stories in trade and trade finance news as covered by GTR. Rabobank plans to streamline its trade and commodity finance offering by terminating operations in London, Shanghai and Sydney, GTR can reveal. Pressure is mounting against fintech firm Triterras over the transactions taking place on its blockchain-based trade finance platform Kratos. In its 16th annual Global Risks Report, the World Economic Forum has stressed the inequalities and challenges that countries and their exporters face in their recovery from the pandemic. Senior reporter John Basquill also provides a closer analysis of a new Make UK and PwC report looking at British manufacturers’ main risks this year, and explains why the new UK-EU trade agreement ranks top of their concerns.  Music credit to Kevin MacLeod for his track Loopster, taken from incompetech.com. Licensed under creative commons by attribution 3.0 license. Further music credit to Sunrise Drive by South London HiFi. Licensed under creative commons Attribution 4.0 License. Music promoted by CopyrightFree.org The post GTR News Brief: Episode 24 appeared first on Global Trade Review (GTR). Go to the Source – GTR News Brief: Episode 24

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